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How The NFL Boycott Is Expected To Impact Superbowl LII

With the controversy surrounding the NFL in 2017, many are considering Super Bowl LII a guilty pleasure. The national news has been peppered with reports of small businesses and local groups of people who have vowed to turn off their televisions instead of supporting the league. This appears to be a minority, though. According to Joe Drape of the New York Times, nearly 61% of Americans claimed to be outraged by the protests.
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